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littlekidsbookWhat are you and I  teaching our children about how to develop healthy and lasting relationships?

I asked my friend, Lori Wildenberg  of FirstCorinthians13Parenting  to share on my blog how we can help our children have healthy relationships and a lasting marriage someday. This is her advice:

Parents set the stage for how their children view marriage and family life.

As our kids grow, we want them to develop healthy and lasting relationships. Most of us hope to be in-laws and grandparents someday. We pray for our kids’ future mates.

If you asked me if I wanted to positively impact my child’s future relationships, my answer would be YES! I’m guessing yours would be too. That’s easy. But how am I really doing on a day-to-day basis? What subtle messages am I delivering to my children about family life and marriage?

 I’ll be the first to admit, my nonverbal or verbal communication can be negative, even nasty at times.

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It happened. My daughter, a recent college graduate,  moved in to her apartment an hour away from home and started her first career job.

DanaDisneyCollegeMy, how time flies. My, how God provided. And, oh my, how many of my worries throughout her life were unnecessary — and still are.

Dana, now 21, hates when I worry. Not only because she’s now an adult and has to keep reminding me that she’s perfectly capable of doing things on her own. But also because she doesn’t want to have to worry about me worrying.

And I’m pretty sure God hates my worrying, too.

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